Lou Stoppard

Lou Stoppard is a writer, curator and broadcaster. Stoppard completed her undergraduate degree at Oxford University, earning a first class BA in History, before moving to Central Saint Martins College to pursue an MA in Fashion Journalism. Stoppard worked at SHOWstudio from 2011 to 2017, serving as the platform's editor for a number of years. She is a contributing editor at GQ and writes regularly for titles includingVogue Paris and The Financial Times. Stoppard has produced papers for the British Council, sits on the advisory board for the AHRC-funded Archaeology of Fashion Film and is a patron of Studio Voltaire. Stoppard regularly collaborates with the V&A on their talks and events programs. She teaches and guest lectures at Central Saint Martins and the London College of Fashion.


The Hoodie exhibition, curated by Lou Stoppard

North: Identity, Photography, Fashion – an interview with Adam Murray and Lou Stoppard